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March 5, 2020


Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group


Law Practice Management


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Protect client information and firm records from IT security breaches and infrastructure failures. Common IT mistakes can have devastating results for your law firm. A minor IT issue can snowball into a whole new world of unanticipated problems, including the release of confidential client records and other sensitive firm information.

Learn best practices to protect your client files and your firm’s data and reputation from security breaches and infrastructure failure. Join Darragh Fitzpatrick, Partner and EVP of Tabush Group, to discuss 5 IT Mistakes Law Firms Make (and How to Avoid Them).

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Darragh Fitzpatrick
Partner & Executive Vice-President - Tabush Group

Darragh has over 20 years of experience in the field of information technology. He joined the Tabush team in 2005, originally... Read More

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5 IT Mistakes Law Firms Make (and How to Avoid Them)
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